Cheap tickets to Belgrade

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Departure Mon, 25 Sep Return Sun, 01 Oct
TGD Podgorica
BEG Belgrade
return from 69€
Departure Sun, 08 Oct Return Sun, 22 Oct
MLA Malta
BEG Belgrade
return from 111€
Departure Mon, 02 Oct Return Sun, 08 Oct
TIV Tivat
BEG Belgrade
return from 67€
Departure Tue, 03 Oct Return Mon, 09 Oct
ATH Athens
BEG Belgrade
return from 111€
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Belgrade holidays

Belgrade sights and attractions

With its sumptuous Royal Palace, impressive landmarks and absorbing history, Belgrade may be one of Europe's best-kept secrets. Built upon the banks of the Danube River on the Balkan Peninsula, Belgrade was an important trading point between Eastern and Western Europe earning it the title, "Gate of the Balkans". Visitors on a trip to Belgrade can immerse themselves in a whirlwind of Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman, Serbian, and Austrian histories, or check out the city's boundary-pushing culture and cutting-edge art. Belgrade's raucous nightlife is also a major draw for visitors looking for fun, while leafy green parks dot the city giving visitors some time out from the urban bustle.

What to do in Belgrade

Whether you wish to learn about the city's past, visit a groundbreaking art gallery, go shopping in the bohemian quarter or stroll along the river at sunset, Belgrade offers plenty of diversity. You'll also find the cuisine is intriguingly varied, influenced by countries such as Turkey, Greece, and Hungary.

During your visit to Belgrade, you can:

  • Enjoy sweeping views, ancient ramparts, and military history at the Belgrade Fortress
  • Navigate the city's old bohemian quarter, Skadarlija and walk in the footsteps of artists, writers, and poets
  • See the Royal Palace, once the home of King Alexander I and today the official residence of the country's royal family
  • People watch in Republic Square, the city's main meeting spot
  • Walk down Knez Mihailova Street, lined with 19th-century properties
  • Admire the grandiose National Assembly of Serbia, one of the city's most important landmarks
  • Shop for handmade souvenirs in the craft stalls of Knez Mihailova Street
  • Experience Belgrade's exuberant nightlife and floating nightclubs
  • Sample some typical Serbian gourmet specialties such as stuffed vine leaves and grilled meats
  • Stroll at a leisurely pace through beautiful Top?ider Park

Airports in Belgrade

Passengers flying to Belgrade will land at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (also known as Belgrade Airport or Sur?in Airport). It is classed as Serbia's main international gateway, handling flights to a wide range of European and intercontinental flights. The airport has two terminals and a range of on-site facilities including Wi-Fi, restaurants and shops.

  • Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport

    Top Carriers

    A number of airlines offer cheap flights to Belgrade including: Wizzair, Air Serbia and Norwegian Air Shuttle.


    Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is situated approximately 11 miles from the city centre.


    Passengers travelling to Belgrade city centre can use the A1 mini bus service to Slavija Square or the PTC Belgrade Line 72 service to Zeleni Venac. Car rental agencies operate from the international arrivals area of Terminal 2 and taxis can be arranged in the Baggage Claim area.